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New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman: Winning the AL East »

Via Chad Jennings: “Over time you get educated,” said Yankees general manager Brian Cashman. “You want to all be macho and say, ‘American League East at all cost,’ but hey man, I’ve been part of the Yankees now for a long time. I’ve been beaten by a Wild Card Red Sox team in ’04. I’ve been [...]

Yankee Haters, Don’t Hate the Player, Hate the »

I figured since no one has decided to defend the Captain, then it was only fitting that I would step up to the plate and do it myself.It has been three days now since Derek Jeter picked up the nickname, "Cheater Jeter," or "Jeter the Cheater." Either way you slice it, majority of those people either hate the New York Yankees or Jeter. He could hit [...]

Derek Jeter Hit By Pitch, Not: Why This Is Part Of The »

Derek Jeter cheated. Derek Jeter—the ultimate role-model, leader, and winner—cheated. So people say. However, it really is just part of the game. For those who haven't seen or don't know about the incident in the Yankees-Rays game at Tropicana Field on Wednesday night (and if you call yourself a Yankees fan and haven't, I'm guessing [...]

Alex Rodriguez: The New York Yankees Star’s »

No, I'm not just excited because Alex Rodriguez hit a three-run home run with two strikes and two outs in the ninth inning of last night's game to claim a dramatic, 4-3 come-from-behind victory for the Yankees in Baltimore. It is true that A-Rod may have almost single-handedly salvaged a game in which the Yankees snatched victory from the [...]

Alex Rodriguez Homers New York Yankees into First »

The Yankees beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-3 in Camden Yards last night behind a pair of homers by Alex Rodriguez—including a three-run homer in the top of the ninth with two strikes and two outs to turn a 3-1 deficit into a 4-3 lead—and a decent pitching performance from starter A.J. Burnett. Here are some highlights: A-Rod got the [...]

New York Yankees Take AL East Lead with Alex Rodriguez »

The Yankees have struggled as of late on the road.All of that changed on Friday night with one swing of the black Louisville Slugger with a number thirteen on the nob.Trailing the Baltimore Orioles in the ninth inning 3-1, Alex Rodriguez came to the plate.Deuces were wild, as A-Rod sat with a 2-2 count, with two outs, and two runners on.Rodriguez [...]

Yankees Better Off With Mattingly Than Girardi »

If Joe Girardi decides he had enough of the Yankees experience and goes to the Cubs, the Yankees can forget about Don Mattingly managing them. The Dodgers hired Mattingly as their new manager after Joe Torre announced he won't return as the Dodger manager next year. This is too bad. The Yankees need a manager who appreciates the game. They need a [...]

New York Yankees Resting Brett Gardner Until the »

As many Yankee fans know, Brett Gardner had a negative MRI on his wrist recently. The Yanks decided to give the speedy left fielder a corristone shot, which for a few days would make it near impossible for Gardner to swing a bat. Since he hurt the wrist when he was hit by a pitch in an interleague game against the Dodgers, we've [...]

Gardner Back In Lineup, Sanchez Called-Up »

Brett Gardner, who has been dealing with an injured wrist that needed a cortisone shot last week, is back in the lineup tonight against the Baltimore Orioles. RHP Romulo Sanchez will also joined the team in the bullpen. Gardner is not likely 100 percent, but with no damage to his wrist,  just inflammation, he can play without [...]

Brian Cashman, New York Yankees Do Not Have Playoff »

This past week, Major League Baseball witnessed one of the best three-game, going-for-the-division slug fests in history.  Three one-run games.  Two extra inning games.  Cy Young caliber pitching.  Heavy hitting.  Seven lead changes. The New York Yankees, Tampa Bay Rays clash featured playoff-caliber baseball, a preview of [...]

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